What is MunoM?
MunoM is short for Model United Nations of Munich. It is a simulation of the real United Nations. Every year in November we host about 400 participants, from schools all across Europe. Around 300 of the participants are delegates. Delegates get to represent a country and are assigned to a committee. They debate current global issues and try to create resolutions with solutions to those issues.
The delegeates are split into different committees/councils. Each committee counts about 30 delegates (each with their own country). The different committees are: five GA's (General Assembly), three ECOSOC's (Economic and Social Council), a Security Council (SC) and sometimes a Historical Security Council (a SC set in the past). These committees each have a general topic which they focus on. Based on this general topic, each committee is assigned three specific issues, which can be found on the agenda and which will be debated by the respective committees.
The spoken language at MunoM is English and because MunoM is a serious conference all participants are expected to dress formally.
You can also attend as a Chair, member of the Press Team, Ad-Staff or Executive Staff. More information on different roles can be found under Roles and applying
There are many good reasons to participate in an MUN conference. You can gain insights into current affairs and international relations, meet new friends from different countries, improve your English and gain confidence by learning how to speak in front of others.